A grammatical error in Indonesia’s slogan to promote tourism

The new slogan of Indonesia’s new tourist campaign, which reads “Celebrating 100 years of nation’s awakening”, should instead be written as “national awakening” and not “nation’s awakening”. Unfortunately the slogan has already been painted on airplanes and published on billboards and television, but officials say the error will be fixed.

Indonesia received only 4 million tourists in 2006, when Thailand got 15 million and Malaysia 20 million.

Well, this blog is probably full of grammatical errors as well, English not being our mother tongue. By the way, if you find any mistakes, please kindly report them and we will fix them immediately. Thank you!

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